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Don’t Rain on My Parade

Don’t Rain on My Parade

Alex Theriot, Senior Staff Writer

October 2, 2012

Students from around the county gathered at the Hollywood Firehouse for the annual St. Mary’s College Fair on Tuesday. Seniors and juniors alike questioned representatives from numerous colleges located up and down the east coast. Junior Michelle Wood said “It was great to be able to talk to representatives...

School Supply Drive for Children in India

School Supply Drive for Children in India

May 21, 2012

This summer, Leonardtown High school juniors Ishani Guha, Heather Cusic, and Sarah Fischer are taking a trip to India. While there, instead of just using the trip as a chance to relax and vacation, these girls are planning on giving back to the local community. The three students will be hosting a drive...

Envirothon 2012: Leonardtown takes it home again!

Envirothon 2012: Leonardtown takes it home again!

April 27, 2012

On April 26th, 2012, three Leonardtown High School teams went to compete in the St. Mary's County 20th annual Envirothon at a local farm and did not dissapoint. In the competition featuring teams from Chopticon, Great Mills, and St. Mary's Ryken, the 'Swamp Donkeys-Eh?', composed of Joanna Lewis, Rachel...

The Truth About Cafeteria Food

Katrina Bennett, Head Editor

February 24, 2012

Stereotypically, the perception of high school cafeteria food isn’t the greatest. Many people seem to assume that just because the food comes from the school cafeteria it’s unappetizing, unhealthy, and a variety of other things. If you are one of those people, one of the many that seem to...

Invisible Wounds: The Emotional Effects of War

Abigail Crosby, Senior School News/ Student Life Writer

February 22, 2012

The men and women who serve our country in the military come back with all kinds of wounds. Some have lost limbs. Some have taken bullets. Some don’t come back at all. But what about the invisible wounds of war? What about the ones we can’t see? They are often the most detrimental to a soldier’s...

Introducing: Mr. Carr

Cassie Osvatics, Senior Op/Ed Writer

February 22, 2012

For those who are taking Mr. Denny’s Global Diplomacy class you’ve probably met Mr. Carr and know why he’s at Leonardtown. But for those who haven’t, Mr. Carr is currently earning his Master’s degree in Teaching at St. Mary’s College. He grew up in Anne Arundel County where he attended...

Who’s the New Guy in School?

Who’s the New Guy in School?

Katrina Bennett, Head Editor

December 14, 2011

For the past week or so, you may have been noticing a new face in the hallways. You may have been wondering ‘who’s the new guy in school?’ Well, that new guy is ninth grade English teacher Mr. Leischer. More than just a fresh face on the teaching staff though, Mr. Leischer seems to be a pretty...

Languages at LHS

Languages at LHS

Kendra Spalding, Student Life/News Writer

December 1, 2011

Foreign language clubs at Leonardtown High School allow students to experience some of the cultural aspects of the countries that their language have origins in. The clubs meet after school and are run by the teachers and students of the Latin, Spanish, French and Chinese classes. During these meetings,...

‘Tis the Season to be Giving

‘Tis the Season to be Giving

Megan Luppino, Student Life/News Writer

November 30, 2011

With all the winter holidays coming up, many different thoughts fill student’s minds: “Where will I go for Thanksgiving Break?” “What do I want for Christmas?” and of course, “How many more days until break?!” Our National Honor Society students have been one step ahead of us and thought...

Showing Our Pride

Showing Our Pride

Alexis Ayon, Student Life/News Writer

November 17, 2011

Apart from giving us a break from school, last Friday was a day set aside in remembrance and thanksgiving to all the veterans who have fought or are fighting for the free country we live in today. Early Friday morning there was a Veteran’s Day parade in the Leonardtown square. Many students from LHS...

No Pay? Furlough Day?

No Pay? Furlough Day?

Shannon Byrnes, News Writer

November 15, 2011

Many students are wondering why our winter break is so extensive this year. Seventeen days, the length of the winter break, is almost equivalent to 25% of summer vacation. Most are unaware that the stagnant national and local economies are much to blame for the ‘hibernation period.’ For three of...

Re-Elect Obama?

Re-Elect Obama?

Brooke Bixby, News Writer

November 14, 2011

The 2012 election is coming up, and people are wondering who they should vote for. Obama, our current president, can run for a second term, but after almost four years, he hasn’t really done anything for the people or made the economy better. “I don’t think that Obama should be re-elected because...

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